Sky Switch Leads to Change of Plan for Hunts
Sunday, 21st Sep 2014 16:03
Winger Stephen Hunt has revealed that the decision to move Town’s game at Wigan to Monday for live Sky coverage led to a change of plan for him and his wife.
Writing in his regular column in the Irish Sunday Independent Hunt said: “Joanne had decided to be induced today, but a couple of weeks ago Sky announced that our game against Wigan, which was meant to be played yesterday, was being moved to the Monday night.
“My family come first, Joanne knows that, but when you're  and trying to come back from injury and maybe get a place on the bench, it's good to be available.
“It might surprise people, but I know what not to say and when I told Joanne that the game had been moved, I didn't say anything. Joanne understood and now she will be induced on Tuesday, so I can be available for tomorrow night's game, live on Sky Sports.
“None of this will make any difference to Mick McCarthy's decision, so I might not be picked at all, but I will be ready and available for Ipswich Town and I will be available in Wexford General Hospital the next day.”
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